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LG Magna e-Powertrain expands footprint with new facility in Hungary; 4th plant worldwide

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LG Magna e-Powertrain, the Joint Venture (JV) between LG Electronics (LG) and Magna (Magna) formed in 2021 ( earlier post ), announced at IAA Mobility 2023 that it is expanding its footprint with a new facility in Miskolc, Hungary. This new facility seeks to amplify the growth of LG Magna e-Powertrain in the Europe-an market.

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BYD deploys electric buses in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary

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BYD, the world’s leading electric bus manufacturer, announced the deployment of eleven 12-metre BYD eBuses in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary. By reducing emissions and embracing cutting-edge technology, both BYD and […] The post BYD deploys electric buses in Zalaegerszeg, Hungary appeared first on Electric Cars Report.

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Mercedes-Benz expands battery supply partnership with CATL and new €7.34B battery plant in Hungary

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Mercedes-Benz is taking another step to scale up development and production of next-generation high-performance battery cells and modules by expanding its battery supply relationship with CATL through CATL’s newly announced battery plant in Debrecen, Hungary. The green-field project in Hungary will be a giant leap in CATL’s global expansion.

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Paks, Hungary orders 10 electric Solaris buses

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The city of Paks, located in the central part of Hungary, has ordered 10 zero-emission electric buses from Solaris: six Solaris Urbino 12 electric vehicles and four 8.9-meter LE electric will be delivered to Hungary within 11 months of signing the contract. meter electric buses with five stationary chargers.

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BYD Chooses Hungary As The Site Of Its First Electric Car Factory In Europe

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BYD is planning a factory to build electric cars in Hungary after protracted negotiations with the government of that country. The post BYD Chooses Hungary As The Site Of Its First Electric Car Factory In Europe appeared first on CleanTechnica.

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BYD Signs Preliminary Sales and Purchase Agreement for EV Factory in Hungary

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BYD, the world’s leading manufacturer of new energy vehicles, initiates the preliminary phase of its state-of-the-art NEV production facility in Hungary with the signing of the Preliminary Sales and Purchase Agreement in an official ceremony held on 30th January 2024.

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BYD to Build EV Factory in Hungary for Localised Production in Europe

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BYD, Chinese leading electric vehicle manufacturer, announced the next stage of its European strategy with the construction of a brand-new manufacturing and production centre in Szeged, Hungary. The factory […] The post BYD to Build EV Factory in Hungary for Localised Production in Europe appeared first on Electric Cars Report.

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